16 bit remastered version.
See notes on re-mastering details.
2.Please Do Not Let Me Go
3.Let It Ride
4.Elizabeth, You Were Born To Play That Part
5.Oh My God, Whatever, Etc.
10.I Taught Myself How To Grow Old
02.What Sin Replaces Love>
03.A Kiss Before I Go
04.Slider (John's birthday song, cake, etc.)
Disc Three 1st Encore :
01.The Sun Also Sets
05.Pearls On A String
08.Tears of Gold
This is remastered. I was going through the most well-received RA shows on LMA and this one was at the top, so I gave it another listen, and thought that the mids and highs were a bit closed in. It's such a great show that I took a little time and broke out my master files and re-mastered it with Adobe Audition 3.
The original was more than a little flat.
December 20, 2009 Subject:
One of the best live Cardinals performances ever. Thanks for the remaster. I didn't think the other version could be improved on, but it was. Thanks!
Reviewer:dragon with matches
March 18, 2009 Subject:
Thank you so much for the remaster of this amazing show. I hope more people who love Somerville can find this and enjoy it. By the way, spring/summer '07 shows are fantastic.
September 6, 2008 Subject:
Sorry, 43 but I'm all acronymed up these days, with a healthy dose of hyperbole, to boot. Anyhow, what a hot show and this SB-take complements the orginally posted recording exquisitely. Kudos!
May 18, 2008 Subject:
Tickets to the show - $35
Downloading the soundboard on your laptop - $500
Bill posting his great remaster at LMA - PRICELESS
May 5, 2008 Subject:
some guy whined (on the non-remastered review of this very show) about how some of these songs "ain't meant to be non-'coustical". well, i likes that ol' sweet steel guitar on damn near everything, so this show is damn near about as splendid, as i could ever want.
like i mentioned before, this is a remaster of an already great show...so, it just keeps gettin' better.
"thanks" bill, for the labour of love, ya done good!
May 3, 2008 Subject:
Not far from perfect
Thanks Bill. This sounds even better then the original version. Great work, not far from perfect!